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Reports of cases determined by the High court of admiralty and upon appeal therefrom, temp. Sir Thomas Salusbury and Sir George Hay, judges, 1758-1774. By Sir William Burrell, bart. . . Together with extracts from the books and records of the High court of admiralty and the Court of the judges delegates, 1584-1839. And a collection of cases and opinions upon admiralty matters, 1701-1781 (1885)



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Author: Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty; Burrell, William, Sir, 1732-1796, reporter; Great Britain. High Court of Delegates; Marsden, Reginald G. (Reginald Godfrey), 1845-1927, ed
Subject: Admiralty; Law reports, digests, etc
Publisher: London, W. Clowes and sons, limited
Year: 1885
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
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Book from the collections of: Oxford University
Collection: europeanlibraries

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